Sean Mahan is a painter based in Neptune Beach, Florida. His latest works are part of a larger series of social-realist graphite renderings on oak and birch, colored with thin washes of acrylic. They depict a sense of wonder at the simple inherent sweetness of the human character and its connflict with structures of power and control. In this series, Mahan uses the symbol of a ‘shadow person’ to pose questions about those of us who exist in the shadow of power. He means to discourage the popular but insulated [...]
"His use of wood as canvass adds a beautiful dimension to these."
Butch Bryant (@butch22624)
"Oh I see it says acrylics. Fabulous."
"Marvelous work, very impressive. are you using stains or acrylics. Again, very impressive work."